Would you dare to stop a terrorist’s plot? Though some may hesitate, one boy would not. He is twelve-year-old Greyson Gray, the main character of a newly acclaimed young-adult series about Greyson and his quirky group of friends who discover a terrorist’s plot and must risk their lives to stop it. Equally funny, adventurous and even romantic, the first of the series, "Greyson Gray: Camp Legend," has recently received an entirely positive review from Kirkus Reviews – one of the most trusted and authoritative voices in book discovery – in which the book was called, "sometimes riotous, often nostalgic, always entertaining."

The author, B.C. Tweedt, a Ballard graduate, published the adventure book last year and is now excited to announce both the release of the much-anticipated book trailer on Nov. 13 and the action-packed sequel, "Greyson Gray: Fair Game," on Nov. 29.

The series has made a splash in his local community, with many kids volunteering to "DareWear," which requires them to dress in Greyson Gray’s signature apparel (a red fanny pack and red hat) while doing something daring. Many DareWear pictures are posted on GreysonGray.com and the series’ Facebook page. Ten young and enthusiastic readers were also interviewed for the book trailer and are excited about the contest, which claims that if the video reaches 1,000,000 views by the end of the year, they will each receive a $100 bonus! They would appreciate any help the public can give toward that endeavor.